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Corsair acquires specialist PC builder Origin PC

Expect tight integration between both companies.

Corsair acquires specialist PC builder Origin PC

Corsair acquires specialist PC builder Origin PC

Corsair has announced that they have acquired the US-based boutique PC builder Origin PC, a move which will significantly expand the company's influence within the PC marketplace. 

This comes little more than a year after Corsair's acquisition of Elgato Gaming, a move which brought Corsair deeper into the world of game streaming. 

By acquiring Origin PC, Corsair has allowed themselves to offer PC gamers a wider variety of custom PCs. The move has also enabled the company to align itself with the Origin PC to improve its future products alongside its iCUE software ecosystem. Another bonus is that Corsair can supply more parts to Origin PC to support other aspects of its business. Corsair has already confirmed that Origin PC will soon start using Corsair Hydro X series liquid cooling components in select Origin PC systems. 

Origin PC will remain as a separate brand within Corsair and will continue to be managed from its Miami Florida office. Existing Origin PC warranties and support services will be unaffected by the acquisition. 

Corsair acquires specialist PC builder Origin PC  

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24-07-2019, 10:08:02

Giggyolly
To be fair, origin's cases have been looking a bit dated the last few years, so they could only benefit form this.Quote

24-07-2019, 10:36:57

NeverBackDown
Darn origin was one of the few good ones. Now they will just be a Corsair only brand soon enoughQuote

24-07-2019, 11:18:25

Bhebhe
oh really. Corsair keeps on expanding.Quote

25-07-2019, 03:48:58

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Darn origin was one of the few good ones. Now they will just be a Corsair only brand soon enough
Expect quality to decline too.Quote

25-07-2019, 03:56:18

Excalabur50
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Expect quality to decline too.
Took the words right out of my mouth!Quote
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